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Bruce Farr has again combined forces with Beneteau to bring us this new Oceanis 461. It is Euro-styled all the way, and if you like that type of boat, this is a good one. With the weight of the Farr design office behind the shaping of the hull, we can be sure that this will be a good sailing boat. The D/L is 157. It's a beamy boat, with plenty of beam carried to the transom. The ends are short but the counter is elevated enough to avoid dragging the transom around. I checked the sheerline with my straightedge and it's not dead straight, but it's very close. There might be a total of 3 inches of spring in the entire sheer. Flattish sheerlines go well with this general styling approach. Rudder and keel are stubby enough to give a 5-foot, 9-inch draft. The keel has both bulb and wings. I think there is enough plan form in this low-aspect-ratio fin to give this shoal-draft boat reasonable upwind performance.The rig is stoutly stayed with babystay forward, swept spreaders and fore and aft lower shrouds. On one of the drawings I looked at there appears to be a Doyle Stackpac shown on the foot of the main. This is a favorite of mine, having cruised with it. It amounts to a mainsail cover attached to the foot of the main and supported by the lazy jacks. The SA/D is 17.41 using 1, J, E and P. Overview: - Lenght: 14 - Beam: 4,25 - Draught: 1,75m - Engine Volvo: 59 H.P - Sail Area: 100m2 - Deposit Water: 550l - Deposit Diesel: 200l - Cabins/WC: 4/2 - Cockpit Table/ Bimini Discounts: - Discount boat show 5% - Early booking 10% ( till 31.01.2015) - For 2 WEEKS: 5% - For 3 WEEKS: 10% - Maximun discount 15% Charter this Cruising Monohull for €2200 per day in Palma, Illes Balears Price varies with season. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
Our goal is that you can enjoy your holiday without any restrictions or problems.Latitud Cero has at its disposal a fleet of 15 vessels, prefectly maintained. Standard equipment includes all sailing: Rolling Genova, Bimini, electric windlass, autopilot, windex, sounder, Log, Double-station GPS Plotter in cockpit and chart table, VHF Radio and Dinghy. Of course all have hot water, shower and bathtub, safety equipment obligatory for the area concerned, always includes DSC, EPIRB, and life-raft system.
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